send round

send round

To cause someone or something to travel between various people or places. A noun or pronoun can be used between "send" and "round." I sent round my payment last night—did it ever reach you? We might have a job available, if your son is interested—send him round for an interview. We sent the memo round to all employees.
See also: round, send

send round

Circulate widely, as in A copy of the new bylaws is being sent round to all union members. [First half of 1800s]
See also: round, send
References in classic literature ?
If you mean Darcy," cried her brother, "he may go to bed, if he chooses, before it begins-- but as for the ball, it is quite a settled thing; and as soon as Nicholls has made white soup enough, I shall send round my cards.
Some ill-conditioned persons who sneer at the life-matrimonial, may perhaps suggest, in this place, that the good couple would be better likened to two principals in a sparring match, who, when fortune is low and backers scarce, will chivalrously set to, for the mere pleasure of the buffeting; and in one respect indeed this comparison would hold good; for, as the adventurous pair of the Fives' Court will afterwards send round a hat, and trust to the bounty of the lookers-on for the means of regaling themselves, so Mr Godfrey Nickleby and HIS partner, the honeymoon being over, looked out wistfully into the world, relying in no inconsiderable degree upon chance for the improvement of their means.
It was at Colchester, in Essex, that those people left me; and I have a notion in my head that I left them there (that is, that I hid myself and would not go any farther with them), but I am not able to be particular in that account; only this I remember, that being taken up by some of the parish officers of Colchester, I gave an account that I came into the town with the gypsies, but that I would not go any farther with them, and that so they had left me, but whither they were gone that I knew not, nor could they expect it of me; for though they send round the country to inquire after them, it seems they could not be found.
People send round sketches to each other on You Tube that have already been made.
I have never yet seen any of the so called "trash walkers" which the restaurant claims to send round and if they do, as claimed, they are remarkably ineffective.
They could send round a community officer for an informal chat or to issue a verbal warning.
They usually leave no traces, or if they do the security agencies quickly send round the men in black to erase them.
Gary was meant to say: "And we'll send round the Merc about 9-ish.
Now as a sign of goodwill they should send round a children's entertainer to prove to little Corbyn Galbraith and his pals that cops are good guys.
Once the button is pressed, the user talks to an operator who will send round their nominated keyholder or call emergency services.
They threatened to cut us off and send round the bailiffs.
We'll ring the lucky winner within 30 minutes of the phone line closing at 8pm and then we'll send round an Echo photographer.
We'll pick a winner and send round Snow Business - top artificial snow experts who provided the white stuff for films such as The Golden Compass, Harry Potter and James Bond.
So they send round a few tanks to blow up the homes of relatives instead.
The council will also send round an officer from the Tenant Support Team the evening before to remind people that they need to be in for the gas inspection.